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Empowering Individuals and Communities to Tell Their Own Stories


Welcome to RPTV - Regent Park’s Community TV Station


Photo by Dawit Tibebu

Regent Park TV is a public access, community television station programmed and operated by the FOCUS Media Arts Centre.

The television station is mandated to profile the neighbourhood’s cultural life and provide news, issues and stories of relevance to residents of Regent Park and the surrounding communities of Moss Park, Cabbagetown and St Jamestown.

Regent Park TV can be viewed 24/7 on both Beanfield Metroconnect and Rogers Cable 991 by residents living in revitalized apartments and condo buildings in Regent Park.

Regent Park TV can also be viewed by the general public on the Regent Park TV - Youtube Channel.

If you are a Beanfield or Rogers cable customer living in a revitalized building in Regent Park and are having problems receiving the channel, please contact us.






BLACK LIVES MATTER

FOCUS Media Arts Centre (FOCUS) stands strong with our black community and fully supports the fight against anti-black racism with the ongoing work of groups such as Black Lives Matter. FOCUS continues to play an active role in ensuring equity, diversity, and inclusion within our communities locally and globally. In the wake of the racial tensions following the public killing of George Floyd in the United States, and cases of police brutality against Black and Indigenous peoples in Canada, we are keenly aware that the ongoing work at FOCUS is even more vital. Sadly, there is still more work to be done and FOCUS is committed to meeting that challenge. As a Hub of change, FOCUS is dedicated to using its media platforms and social media strategies to engage with the community, both locally and globally, to contribute to inclusion and systemic change involving diversity, race, poverty, gender, LGBTQ2, intergenerational trauma, addictions, mental health and indigenous inclusion. As recent events continue to unfold, we stand firm in the belief that it is our collective responsibility to continue fighting against anti-black racism and oppression in all its manifestations while pushing forward positive change.

Focus Media Arts Centre’s Board of Directors

June 22, 2020